T’Puram/Kochi: The two and three star bars in the state have downed the shutters and Excise Department has sealed the bars on Friday. Anil Xavier, Excise Commissioner, said that since there is Intelligence Bureau warns the department from selling the seized liquors, a decision will only be taken after further discussion. He also said that the seized liquor from the closed bars will be handed ove
T’Puram: The High Court order granting permission to four star bars in the state would lead to a more legal fix, says experts. According to the Central Tourism Department, there are 75 four star hotels and 13 heritage hotels operating in the state. Among this, 33 four star hotels and eight heritage hotels have the bar facility. Claiming the new verdict of HC allowing four stars and heritage bars
Kozhikode: ‘Tathva,’ the annual techno-management fest of NIT-C was inaugurated by renowned physicist Bikash Sinha. Around 1,500 of India’s best and brightest will test their mettle in 60 competitions across 16 categories including robotics, physics, computer science, electronics & management carrying a total prize money of re. 10 lakh. Workshops in subjects from augmented reality to auto de
After the movie ‘Drisyam’, Kalabhavan Shajon has come again with a scintillating performance in the movie ‘Njangalude Veettile Adhithikal’. Shajon plays the role of a goonda in the movie and the character is already getting applause for Shajon acting brilliance. Moreover, Shajon has crooned a number in the movie. Shajon speaks more about his character and the movie in E Buzz.
One of the first amongst bravest publishers who have scaled as many hurdles to bring out a daring daily ‘Swadeshabhimnai’ during the Diwan rule in Travancore, Vakkom Abdul Khader Maulavi’s is still a relevant figure. Today is his 82nd death anniversary. The Freedom fighter and social activist, Vakkom has an indelible place in the history of the state. Prof Jamal Muhammed who has written the
Kochi: The High Court of Kerala on Thursday has partially upheld the liquor policy of the state giving orders to bring down shutters to the two and three stars bars in the state. Bench headed by Justice K Surendra Mohan have given a ruling in support to the Government liquor policy but has also given approval to the four star bars and heritage bars in the state to continue operations along with th
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